Top 10 Things to do in York
There is so much to do in York that you may wonder where to start.
Let this Top 10 list inspire you.
The one thing that all tourists to York should see is, of course, The York Minster. A whole day could be spent looking around this magnificent building. Link to their website to find out about events that are happening in York Minster today and this week. There is always something to see including the Orb, a new visitor attraction at the Minster.
Visit a Museum
York has some fabulous museums to choose from.
Take a trip into the past with three of York’s most popular tourist attractions.
Take a Tour
You can take one of the many City sight seeing buses that will transport you around all of the places of interest within the city and provide commentary as you travel.
Visit the York Maze
A fun filled day for all of the family is guaranteed at the largest maize maze in Europe.
Take a boat trip
Cruise the Ouse in style on a York Boat River cruise.
Visit the Yorvik Viking Centre
Take a journey back in time to see what York was like when the Vikings lived here!
The York Dungeon
Dare you visit the Dungeon? A scary living history experience awaits you at the Dungeon!
Why not step into the past and visit one of York's Historical houses?
Guided Ghost walks in York are a popular way to spend an evening.
Walk the City Walls
One of the most unique features of York is the City Walls. The Walls that surround York are the most intact to be found anywhere in the UK. Originally built to defend the City, the Bar Walls are a great way to see hidden parts of York. The walls cover an area of 263 acres and are 2.5 miles long. They are also referred to as the Bar Walls because of the four magnificent gatehouses (or Bars) that allowed access to the City; Bootham Bar, Monk Bar, Micklegate Bar and Walmgate Bar.
A great audio trail map can be found here to help you discover more about the History of the walls and the sites you can see from them.
York Mystery Plays
Black Swan Pub
Cliffords Tower 2
"A traveller without observation is a bird without wings" - Moslih Eddin Saadi